MAPEX Methods Workshop - Fluid Dynamics

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Scientific equipment and methods often act as a nucleus for cooperative projects. The MAPEX Methods Workshops offer a platform for information and exchange on the scientific equipment and expertise available within the MAPEX community.

We will provide the audience with an overview about the expertise in the fields of computational and experimental fluid dynamics, available within the MAPEX community. The contributions will be comprehensive overviews in a lecture style with focus on the description of methods and application examples from research.

Two poster sessions will allow for deeper discussions of recent research projects.





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Session 1 
10:00Introduction to computational fluid dynamics
Marc Avila
ZARM, University of Bremen
10:30Molecular and solid particle diffusion - micro and multiphase flow equivalence and difference
Rodion Groll
ZARM, University of Bremen
11:00Discussion and coffee break
11:30Investigation of reactive gas flows with nuclear magnetic resonance imaging and computational fluid dynamics
Georg Pesch
UFT, University of Bremen
12:00Multiphase flows (Bubbles, Drops and Particles)
Udo Fritsching
Leibniz IWT, Process and Chemical Engineering
12:30Poster session and finger food for lunch
Session 2 
14:00Introduction to experimental fluid dynamics
Andreas Fischer
BIMAQ, University of Bremen
14:30Tailoring feedstock rheology for 3d printing
Michael Maas
Ceramics, University of Bremen
15:00Discussion and coffee break
15:30Finding key observables in fluid flows: from visualizations of sloshing liquids to 4D-measurements in particle-laden flows
Kerstin Avila
Leibniz IWT, Process and Chemical Engineering 
Michael Vellekoop
IMSAS, University of Bremen
16:30Poster session with beer and pretzels
18:00End of programme


Impressions from the 3rd MAPEX Methods Workshop
Impressions from the 3rd MAPEX Methods Workshop